insignia

  • Best Buy's Insignia Brand to Offer Audyssey

    Best Buy’s bargain brand, Insignia, is offering a new 5.1 home theater system with Audyssey technology, yes, Audyssey. We love Audyssey. Read More

  • Of course there should be a digital picture frame and alarm clock

    I’ll just say it. Everything is better with a digital picture frame. If someone put a digital picture frame in a toaster, I would buy three. So with that in mind, imagine my excitement when I saw this Insignia alarm clock with built-in digital picture frame. I know, right? Awesome. </sarcasm> Read More

  • Best Buy drops the price on the Netflix-streaming, Blu-ray playing Insignia Blu-ray player


    Want a Blu-ray player? Want a Netflix streamer? How about both for $100? Best Buy has you covered with the Insignia NS-BRDVD3. Read More

  • Review: Insignia NS-ND01 portable HD radio

    If you have been waiting for a portable HD radio, I have bad news for you. The Insignia NS-ND-01 is a joke. It feels and looks like a generic MP3 player from 2001. Even worse, it doesn’t work well out of the box. Read More

  • Review: Insignia Internet-Connected GPS (NS-CNV10)

    The $299 Internet-Connected GPS from Best Buy’s “Insignia” house brand features a cool built-in cellular connection, allowing you to harness the power of Google to find stores, restaurants, cheap gas, and more while on the go. However, the lackluster UI and relatively high price tag hold back an otherwise awesome combination of GPS and data services. Read More

  • CrunchDeals: 8GB Insignia Pilot for $59.95

    Perhaps even better than the previous Bluetooth-enabled audio player CrunchDeal, Geeks.com has another good deal on the refurbished 8GB Insignia Pilot running until the end of the month. Normally $79.95, you can pick up the Pilot for $59.95 by using promo code 8V24 at checkout. The player does audio and video, is less than half an inch thin, and features stereo Bluetooth and a 2.4-inch… Read More

  • CrunchDeals: 4GB Bluetooth MP3 player for $39.99

    Geeks.com is selling the refurbished 4GB Insignia Sport in red, black, and blue for $39.99 when you use code NS4V at checkout. The Sport is a fairly straightforward portable media device that plays music and videos and displays photos, but it’s also got an added feature that you won’t find on most other devices of its kind: Bluetooth. So if you’ve got some Bluetooth… Read More

  • CrunchDeals: Best Buy's Insignia Blu-ray player with $100 in coupons

    Everyone loves coupons and this Best Buy house brand Blu-ray player comes with $100 worth that can be redeemed for Disney, Touchstone, and Miramax Blu-ray titles. Details are a bit sketchy and there isn’t any word about if they can be redeemed immediately or how much they are worth, but the deal might be worthwhile for families – especially with the animated classics coming out… Read More

  • Best Buy's Insignia GPS gets previewed

    Insignia, Best Buy’s house brand, is launching two GPS units that come with cellular connectivity built-in – somewhat like the Dash GPS. The notable difference is that these two GPS units use Google Local search instead Yahoo Local search. We won’t ruin this dudes entire post but let’s just say, it sounds like a house brand product to us.  Satellite lock was very slow… Read More

  • Best Buy-house brand Insignia GPS units getting Google search

    Google search is finally making its way into GPS units with the latest from Insignia. The two units are going to boost built-in cell phone modems that will power the Google search and ‘cording to a Best Buy spokeswomen, there will be no fees for the first year. (Sounds like Dash) The Google access will allow owners to locate places with the power of Google and even forward route info… Read More

  • CG Holiday 2007 Recommendation: Insignia 26-inch 720p LCD HDTV for $399

    After somehow destroying my 20-inch LCD TV in a cross-country move, I needed to face down the task of replacing it. I didn’t want to spend a ton of money and I didn’t need a huge TV but I did want something a little bigger than 20 inches. This TV has been a great replacement. There’s a built-in HD tuner, two HDMI connections, two component inputs, two composite inputs… Read More

  • Video CrunchDeal: Insignia 26" LCD HDTV for $379.99

    http://progressive.playstream.com/playstream/progressive/flashplayers/FLVPlayer.swf I own this TV. When I bought it I thought it was a steal at $399. It’s now $379. Regular price is $549. The deal ends Wednesday so if you’re in the market for a good TV, this is it. Best Buy’s Insignia brand TVs are made by LG, from what I’ve heard. Enjoy! Insignia 26" 720p… Read More

  • Insignia PMP Now With Bluetooth

    Insignia’s newest PMP is bursting at the screws with tons of features. The most notable is the addition of Bluetooth for compatibility with wireless headphones. If you like to watch video’s on your PMP then the 2.2-inch LCD should do the job quite nicely. If you’d rather listen to Opie and Anthony on the radio then I’m sure the 20 FM presets will suffice. The internal… Read More